Nonlinear Budget Constraints and Estimation: Effects of Subsidized Home Loans on Housing Decisions in Japan
This is the first study to apply to Japanese housing data the econometric analysis of piecewise-linear budget constraints arising from space-linked interest rates. Two models of housing demand are discussed: The first is a Hausman-type model for floor space with random preferences and optimization errors. The second considers joint demand of floor space and other housing quality.
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